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August 25, 2006

Lava Viewing (Sort of)

On Thursday night, I decided to go and see the lava, the tourist way. Just out to the viewing area right at the end of Chain of Craters Road in the Park, from which right now you can only see the steam from lava entering the sea and, when the sun goes down, the glow of the molten rock.

It was interesting, but kind of a hideous experience.


[Heading out.]

People were loud. That’s my main gripe. I’m glad they were able to have this experience, I just wish they would have done it a little more quietly. OH, and I saw someone I know from college. Matt Causselman (I’m sure I’m butchering the spelling of his last name). He recognized me, catching me completely off guard. Nutty. Did I mention before that I saw someone I know from Antarctica in the Galapagos? Just happened to run into him? Naked John, for anyone who might be reading this that knows him. Also nutty. Anyway.

Posted by beth at August 25, 2006 9:46 PM

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